The FTSE 100 has edged into positive territory, with the blue chip index up 0.2% at 7,679 points.

Investors seem happy with Standard Life Aberdeen's profit figures released today. The shares are up 1.6%.

Another finance firm, Hargreaves Lansdown, is heading in the opposite direction. Despite a pretty bullish statement about future trading, its shares are 3% lower - the second worst performer in the FTSE 100.

Outside the top flight, Domino's is a big casualty. Despite reporting an increase in sales, the pizza has warned about the costs at some overseas operations. The share sank also 10%.